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can your mind make your body sick or vice versa
Kalar1234 Kalar1234 22-25, F 13 Answers Oct 18, 2012 in Community

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I think too much stress in the mind will cause your body to start failing...

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Yes it can. Your brain controls both the mental and physical feelings you experience. If your cognitive and perceptual experiences are off, your brain has to work extra hard to deal with the stress, and this will take a toll on your energy levels. This will affect you physically- pain doesn't mean you got physically beaten with something, just that something is wrong and your body is trying to correct it.<br />
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We also do things subconciously when we are not in the right mental state. Like we store tension in our bodies, leading to sore backs, shoulders, aches and pains. We do things in our sleep like toss and turn that leave us less-than restful in the morning.<br />
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You gotta take care of your brain if you want to take care of your whole body- and that means maintaining mental health.

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Absolutely Yes...

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A thought can affect your feelings about yourself...so always be loving

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Absolutely, YES! If you are under much stress, your physical body suffers and your thinking and mental capacity deteriorate! Your body and mind are always well- connected! :-)

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I think so.

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Absolutely, it can! :-/

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Yes it can but so can the medication that treats it.

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Yes. Your moods and mental outlook affect all sort of things. How well you sleep or care for yourself. Your stress and adrenalin levels. Your digestive tract and regularity. Your body's ability to eliminate toxins. Blood pressure and heart rate. Even the types of foods you are more likely to eat and whether you engage in behaviors like smoking or drinking. And there is a definite link between depression and lethargy and inability to focus your mind. That makes a lot of sense, since mental health is often directly related to levels of serotonin in the brain.

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i think so

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